A Joint Conference of KEBA, RCIE, and KIET

Globalization and

Regional Economic Development

December 15-16, 2006, Gyeong Ju, Korea

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Downloadable Papers

The followings are some of the papers scheduled to be presented in the conference. They are posted for the convenience of the participants and others who are interested in these papers. The first listed author is the one expected to present the paper.

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Somesh K. Mathur

Indian Information Technology Industry : Past, Present and Future & A Tool for National Development

Jang C. Jin Openness, Growth and Inflation: Evidence from South Korea before the Economic Crisis
Chuhwan Park An Explaining the Determinants of Migration in Korea by the VAR Approaches (1971~2004)
Seiichi Katayama and Satya P. Das Factor Price Equalization (FPE) Implies Product quality Equalization (PQE)
E. Kwan Choi Factor Growth and Equalized Factor Prices
Yushi Yoshida

Distance and Home-market effect: Japanese Local Port Trades with the Asia Region

Sunghee Choi and Young-Jae Kim

A Study on the Relationship between Korean Stock Index Futures and Foreign Exchange Markets

Rossitza B. WoosterSmile Dube, and Tepa M. Banda The Contribution of Intra-Regional and Extra-Regional Trade to Growth: Evidence from the European Union
Jin Kim, and Seung-jin Shim Incentive Compatible Globalization under Preference Differences
Kul B. Bhatia

Intra‑Sector Mobility and Specific Inputs in Tax‑Incidence Theory

Archanun Kohpaiboon, and Juthathip Jongwanich

Does FTA Export Creation exist?: Evidence from Thai Manufacturing

Shunming Zhang, Raymond Riezman, and John Whalley

Distance Measures between Free Trade and Autarky for the World Economy

Geun Mee Ahn and Chung-Han Kim

Home-biased Asset Holdings For Intertemporal Consumption Risk Sharing In the presence of Aggregate Uncertainty And Home-biased Preferences

Sun Eae Chun, Bun Song Lee, and Suk Young Kim

The Effects of Regional Characteristics on Population Growth in Korean Cities, Counties and Wards

Hyun-A Kim

Local decentralization and economic growth in Korea

Keisaku Higashida Trade Liberalization, Part-time Farming, and the Use of Agrochemicals
HanSung Kim, Ki-Dong Lee, and Kar-yiu Wong Gradual Tariff Adjustment with Imperfect Capital
Mobility between Countries
Chyau Tuan and Linda Fung-Yee Ng

The Place of FDI in China’s Regional Economic Development: Emergence of the Globalized Delta Economies

Fukunari KIMURA, Arata KUNO, and Kazunobu HAYAKAWA Does the Number of RTAs Matter?: Empirical Analysis on the Spaghetti Bowl Phenomenon
Alan Woodland and Mark Melatos Endogenous Trade Bloc Formation in an Asymmetric World
Pierre-Bruno RUFFINI

Can the Asian Currency Unit enhance financial integration in East Asia?: A discussion from the lessons of the European Currency Unit experience

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